Three weeks until the end of the transfer market and at Inter the situation for Fredy Guarin is still a big question mark. The Colombian midfielder has undoubted quality, but his discontinuity has resulted in doubs regarding his stay at Inter already in January – with the move to Juventus stopped in the final minute by Erick Thohir – and also in this transfer session. Despite everything, Inter is not prepared to give him away: for less than 15 million the player will stay, because Inter bought him for 11 million euros and below that figure the club will not let him go. In today’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport there is a discussion about a weekend that will be decisive for the future of the player. Ricky Alvarez could also be about to leave, but he has convinced Walter Mazzarri more because of his versatility (he is quite discontinuous, but has the ability to play up front, in the midfield and on the wing). From the sale of one of these two players, Inter could bring in two two new faces: Rolando and Jonathan Biabiany. The latter, in particular, is wanted abroad (Schalke 04, WBA, West Ham) but continues to want Inter. Parma asks for 5-6 million euros, Inter will offer half of that and Ezequiel Schelotto.
And Guarin? The player figured out already during the last season that he doesn’t fall into the plans of coach from San Vincenzo and he knows that now, with the arrival of Yann M’Vila and Gary Medel, the road will be even more uphill. His intention is to stay, Inter remains at the window waiting for concrete situations. Juventus is considering him, but only if Arturo Vidal were to leave (although the appreciation for him of the new coach Massimiliano Allegri compared to that ofAntonio Conte should be verified). In England there’s talk of Tottenham again, but also keep an eye on Monaco. And then, in the weekend, his agent, Marcelo Ferreyra will arrive in Milan. Officially because he is also the agent of the central defender Balanta (another Inter target) but it is clear that he will meet the Sporting Director of Inter, Piero Ausilio.